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When worlds collide on the roads, it’s best to roll with it

Last night while discussing bike policies with some associates, the topic of cyclists rolling through stop signs came up. Our city sits on the edge of a transitional zone between the density of the┬áChicago suburbs and the agricultural fields and … Continue reading

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Miles of asking why…

This morning’s run was conducted in deep fog. The sub-zero siege that had hold of the American Midwest has let up long enough to allow a surge of warmer air to flow over Illinois. The snow on the ground and … Continue reading

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